Saturday, 9 October 2010
Shropshire out on the Campaign
The Shropshire British National Party's "Bring Our boys Home" continues unabated with local activists visiting a number of small towns and villages all in the space of one day.
On Saturday 9th October, newly appointed Telford & South Shropshire Organiser Phil Spencer and his team began their day of action in the market town of Craven Arms. Phil reported "We received an exceptionally warm welcome from local people. As well as leafleting the town centre and nearby residential area, our team attracted a lot of interest in the stall which resulted in a fair number signatures being collected for our petition".
Phil continued " After a successful start in Craven Arms, it was off to the picturesque town of Church Stretton - via several villages where the team stopped to leaflet. When arriving at Church Stretton we were met with the same great response that we had received earlier that morning."
After a busy and productive day of campaigning in South Shropshire, Phil and his team discussed plans for next weekend's activities. All agreed that the "Bring Our Boys Home" campaign is proving to be most successful and positive campaign the party has ever run.